Father’s Day is right around the corner! They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. I never know what to get, so something good to fill his belly and a cool shirt to cover it up sounds like a plan! I found a fun Hawaiian shirt card design by Tami White on Pinterest… Continue reading A Shirt Fit for a King!
Great advice and I try to do this every day. I’m doing what I love and that makes me happy! Today I’m sharing an art journal layout with one of my favorite quotes. AND…a video of the process! If you haven’t had a chance to make a project for the Cupcake Inspirations color challenge, you… Continue reading Live Life in Full Bloom
What do you do when life hands you lemons? You make lavender lemonade! I had lavender on the brain after getting my new Club Scrap® Lavender Fields kit. Purple is one of my favorite colors…I even painted my bedroom lavender when I was in high school! I love perusing Pinterest for artwork ideas and I… Continue reading Lavender Lemonade
I started off Mother’s Day weekend with an hour and a half power yoga class taught by my oldest son Christopher. This kid is a BEAST! My legs are still sore this morning. He’s a taskmaster, but he’s whipping his parents into shape and we are loving it! My husband started beekeeping this spring and it… Continue reading Shine a Little Love
I’m not a trendsetter, I just like what I like. Dyan Reaveley’s stamp quotes speak to me, especially this one. I made this card panel for the new Cupcake Inspirations challenge. I used Newton’s Nook Beautiful Bones stamp set and created some masks that I fussy cut from Post it tape. I colored and shaded… Continue reading Be You, the World Will Adjust!
Yesterday was Earth Day and this guy celebrated with a little beekeeping! He picked up a new hive Friday and got TWO calls about swarms over the weekend. The first swarm was already gone when he got there, but he was able to catch the second one. I bet the poor lady who called was… Continue reading Bee Happy!
I was first introduced to Just For Fun Rubber Stamps when I saw some of Roni Johnson’s artwork on her blog a few years ago. I was hooked when I scrolled through the JFF website and saw the stamptangle images! The stamptangle line is inspired by the zentangle technique and the images are so beautiful and intricate. The images are gorgeous in black and white, but… Continue reading “Electric” Garden